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Tiffany Mualem


Tiffany Mualem is an actress and writer, known for The Frame (2014) and Gang Girl (2009). See full bio »
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Known For

The Frame
The Frame Sam
2014
Gang Girl
Gang Girl Cynthia
2009

Filmography

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 2015 Pandora (Short) (completed)
Spotify
 2015 The Magic of Seance (Short) (completed)
Amy
 2014 Ice Scream Man (Short) (completed)
Terry Thorn
 2013 At the End of the Night (Short) (completed)
Sandra
 2016 If Only... (Short)
God
 2016 Bobby Jr. (Short)
Pamela Parker
 2014 The Frame
Sam
 2013/II Vanished
Laura Vasquez
 2012 Posey (Short)
Bollywood Dancer
 2012 Work with Me Harvey... (Short)
Gency
 2012 All About Lizzie (TV Series)
Shower Girl #1
- Three's a Crowd (2012) ... Shower Girl #1
- Pilot (2012) ... Shower Girl #1
 2012 Accidentally Home (Short)
Elizabeth
 2010 America's Court with Judge Ross (TV Series)
Defendant
 2009/II Gang Girl
Cynthia
 2007 La casa loca (Video)
Brenda
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